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Gamescom 2013: Phil Fish’s Fez Isn’t Dead…. Yet

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Fez will still be arriving on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita despite its creator’s Twitter outbursts and dramatic departure (read: “rage quit”) from the industry chronicled by many ‘a website. The Super Mario-esque indie game will arrive “soon” according to Sony who announced it on their PlayStation Blog alongside this year’s Gamescom 2013 news.

Will the infamously hated indie developer make a triumphant return to the game industry and complete Japanese-influenced Fez 2 as it seems many fans are promoting and hoping? Only time will tell…. For now Blit Software will be in charge of porting the Xbox 360 exclusive game over which saw its original announcement in 2007 and finally released in 2012 after being delayed from its 2010 release date.

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Week In Review: Saints Row IV Preview + The Real Reason Fez 2 Was Cancelled

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In this week’s Week In Review RealGamerNewz speaks on the upcoming Saints Row IV title which will release in a couple of weeks as well as the biggest news of the week which of course is the meltdown of self-proclaimed indie developer Phil Fish who has cancelled Fez 2. Take a look at the video below and let us know what you think. You can also find more information about Saints Row IV in our Full Preview of the game as well as our SR4 Section.

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Phil Fish Cancels Fez 2 After Telling Journalist to ‘Kill’ Himself

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According to reports, the developer behind Fez 2’s website and Twitter have announced that the game has now been cancelled. This stems from a long-winded Twitter argument which includes Fez creator Phil Fish telling a journalist to “Kill” himself while also berating the entire journalism industry as well as making a proper arse of himself and fellow indie game developers who might have been voicing some extremely unpopular opinions. Turns out this is very lightweight in terms of internet drama, but nonetheless Phil Fish appears to have turned into quite the crybaby over it. The argument played out something like this:

  • Journalists: “MS might self-publish.”
  • Phil Fish: “No they might not.”
  • Journalists: “Nah Uh.”
  • Phil Fish: “Yah Huh.”
  • Journalists: “Can we have your thoughts on this Phil Fish?”
  • Phil Fish: “How dare you ask for my thoughts on this. You should kill yourself.”
  • Journalists: “Wha? Hey, you can’t say that to us.”
  • Phil Fish: “Fez 2 cancelled.”
  • Phil Fish: “I’m a victim, feel bad for me. Also, I quit making games citing the previous sentence.”

Editor’s Note: (Comedic Dramatization, not actual conversation, but accurate representation of it. Scroll down some highlights of the real thing.)

Phil Fish has Mental Illness

Phil Fish Lashing Out As Always

Phil Fish Mental Illness Cant Take His Own Meds

Phil Fish - Hypocrit Developer Quits the Biz over Tweets

Yeah some real abuse Phil, FROM you not towards you, nice try though. I’m sure the twelve people who know what Fez is are heart-broken right now, but fear not. Reports are still coming in fresh that this may all be a publicity stunt and the game may not really be cancelled after all. Only time will tell.

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